The old smoke dragon is finally installed.

ScottF Posted By ScottF, Oct 10, 2008 at 3:39 PM

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  1. Blevesque

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    Scott, very nice job! What did you use for brick in the floor? Is it brick verneer or did you reframe from below. It appears your wood and brick are flush.
     
  2. ScottF

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    Thanks LMBittick, Thats an honor!!!


    Its an addition. Steel beams over the foundation walls, then metal pan with an 8 Inch concrete slab poured over the metal pan full of re bar. Then full thickness bricks set on the 8 inch slab. Wood framing abuts and bolts to the slab under the hardwood floor. A major project . No combustibles behind or below the brick.
     
  3. raybonz

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    Very majestic looking stove and hearth.. A true centerpiececonversation piece central to any home! You did a fantastic job on your project..


    Ray
     
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    Wow. Just wow.
     
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